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Until 1 April 2002, replacement windows and doors are not subject to building control or inspection by council appointed officers. The new regulations require all installations to meet improved insulation standards and a certificate must be issued by building control officers for every installation.

As there are up to 1.2 million installations (£ 1.4 billion value) per year, it would be an impossible task for building control officers to check all installations. A new scheme has been initiated which allows the hard-stretched officers to concentrate on new building work, whilst ensuring that installations comply with regulations.

The replacement window industry has set up a self-certifying scheme known as FENSA (Fenestration Self-Assessment Scheme) and is designed to relieve the otherwise massive pressure on the resources of Building Control Departments.

The object of FENSA is to regulate installers and to self-certify their installations and remove the need for individual installations to be inspected by local building control officers.

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